What does water do?

Water in our body

Water is the basis of all life. It provides its full life-giving force if it is clean and vitalized. The amount of water in the human body ranges from 60 to 75 %. It plays an indispensable role in our organism. Every metabolic function in our bodies depends on the quantity and quality of water.

The three most important functions of water:

  • Solvent
  • Means of Transport
  • Cleansing Agent

Why is water vitally important?

Water often does not get sufficient attention although it is a main determinant of human life. We neglect drinking and negatively affect our body functions.

If we suffer from dehydration our body starts to set priorities.

Instead of arbitrarily saving water, our body deliberately regulates the water distribution. This, however, interferes with our wellbeing and can result in diverse health issues. For example, a 3 % lack of water leads to deficiency in concentration and loss of performance.

Dehydration – the underestimated cause of health issues


High blood pressure

Lack of concentration


Back pain

Asthma and allergies